Surrounded by greenery it is plywood pine and corrugated and smooth metal that shape its modern-rustic exterior and a more polished contemporary interior. A screen of screen of thin wood posts and a small front porch welcome you here with the interior opening up into a spacious double-height setting.
Even if you are not Irish there are a few things that everyone knows about the nation – the overload of green associated with it St. Patrick good luck charms like the shamrock and drinking Guinness Stout until dawn.
There is also a pool table that should keep you busy at late night as you gulp down pint after pint of Guinness and there is never a dull moment for the privileged few who get to spend their time inside this famous Dublin loft.
Living off-grid can be well and truly liberating. If you are surrounded by constant rush of a big city the unending array of lights and sounds and a sea of humanity then getting away from it all does put your mind at ease.
Two prefabricated units brought on trucks were combined on site to create this elegant holiday home and this also helped in keeping construction costs and the eco-footprint down to a bare minimum.
in is one such rare instance when Andyrahman Architect combined the lifelong collection of vintage wooden panels frames and shutters of the homeowner with traditional brick walls vernacular elements and contemporary ergonomics. It is a fusion that will leave you spellbound!
A vast estate that stretches into the outback solitude brought in by nature and a getaway that brings classic and modern design elements together in a dramatic fashion – on the Kimo Estate in New South Wales has it all!
With the multi-tasking zone the home feels much more cheerful and the adaptable setting also frees up space in the main residence. Sliding glass doors and windows add to the atmosphere by bringing the outdoors inside